Norway’s Small but Mighty EV Obsession

Norway’s Small but Mighty EV Obsession

By Staff Writer, 11 October 2023

Previously: Germany’s Projected EV Leadership

88% of all new cars sold in Norway in 2022 were electric vehicles or hybrids. 

The country is well on its way towards a 2025 target it has set to have 100% of all new car sales be EVs. This level of dedication is getting dramatic results for this small and mighty country, where already 27% of the country’s total car stock has been electrified. Government incentives such as VAT exemptions and no road taxes or toll charges have all supported the swift uptake of EVs in the country.  

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